This enchanting crescent-shaped cove on the slopes of Sirolo features a fine-gravel and white-pebbles beach. The cove is bound to the south by a pier and a natural cave which makes it unique, and to the north by a rocky spur protected by a semicircular barrier of sea rocks.
There is no shortage of bathing establishments and restaurants, and a few short stretches of public beach as well. When the sea is calm, visitors have the chance to walk along the shore to reach the nearby San Michele Beach.
Easy to reach on foot from the historical centre of Sirolo along Via Bosco. Shuttle bus serviceprovided during the summer.
Recommended parking spaces:
Via Bosco (for a fee)
Via Moricone (for a fee)
Piazza Municipio (for a fee/free)
Bathing facilities in Urbani beach
Bathing establishment opened on the Urbani beach for the first time in 1958, for two generations it has been family-run with great enthusiasm and according to tradition.